Andrelita Angie Archuleta

12 Comments

  1. Nicole Romero

    Auntie, you were an amazing woman. You always knew how to put a smile on my face. You had wonderful stories and secrets galore. You showed me the little tid bits can make a whole difference. I will miss seeing you, but you are always in my heart. You and Aunt Clara can run and gossip like school girls once again. Love you always!

  2. Barb Candelaria

    Aunt Angie may you rest in peace and fly with the angels. You will be missed very much I loved your smile it just shined. Archulets family sorry for your loss and just know you mom is feeling much better now way better than us, god bless and let us know if you need anything our hearts and prayer go out to you. Love Mike , Barb and Ryan Candelaria

  3. Lori Loucks

    Please share a personal story or memory that you shared with my mother or of my mother. I know that, since she was such an amazing person, we could fill all of the internet with them. This way, we can remember her, not just grieve her. These are the memories that will carry her on with us, and these are the memories that we treasure the most. Thank you all.

  4. the bull

    she will never leave she has just started a different chapter of life yall told me that and i choose to believe that the thing that makes me smile is that when i dropped mason she was the one that told me she was watching and i did nothing wrong there was nothing i could have done and then she gave me a hug i still dont pick up little ones but it made me feel a little better

  5. Suzie Hilbert

    Lori and Family, Please know that you have my heartfelt condolences during this time. I met Miss Angie when she came for Andrea’s graduation. She was a lovely, graceful lady and I am honored to have met her.

  6. Phyllis Vialpando

    Auntie you are one of gods angels that he allowed us all to to enjoy here on earth and now you seat next to him. We will miss you dearly and you will always be in our prayers. Please say hello to everyone for me. We will meet again and we love you! XXOO Phyllis & Steve

  7. TJ

    Ben, Lori, and Marie and rest of the family I am sorry to hear that you lost your wife, mother, grand-mother and friend. I remember the first time I meet her and it was in Okinawa when chris graduated from high school. We all sit in the house and talked for hours and had a great time. I also remember the first time I seen her at home in Colorado went for a visit there and there is pictures everywhere. That was the most pictures I have ever seen in one room little own a house. Talk about someone loving her family. We all went up the “hill” and of course I spent all my money in the one armed bandit but o no it was going from my fingers into the machine and into Angie’s hands. She keeled winning and winning. It was so funny watching her. There is many memories of her I have. It has been a horner to have meet her and her touching my life in such a great way. She will be missed. Thank you so much .

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Life Stories

Andrelita Angie Archuleta

In Loving Memory

Born:
January 13, 1939 Trinidad, Colorado

Passed Away:
November 14, 2011 Westminster, Colorado

Memorial Service
Saturday, 11:00 a.m, Hunter’s Glen Clubhouse, 940 E 130th Ave, Thornton, Colorado 80241
 

“On January 13, 1939, the most beautiful, strong willed woman in the world was born. Andrelita (better known as Angie, Andie, Grandma, Mom

12 Online Guestbook Entries

  1. Nicole Romero

    Auntie, you were an amazing woman. You always knew how to put a smile on my face. You had wonderful stories and secrets galore. You showed me the little tid bits can make a whole difference. I will miss seeing you, but you are always in my heart. You and Aunt Clara can run and gossip like school girls once again. Love you always!

  2. Barb Candelaria

    Aunt Angie may you rest in peace and fly with the angels. You will be missed very much I loved your smile it just shined. Archulets family sorry for your loss and just know you mom is feeling much better now way better than us, god bless and let us know if you need anything our hearts and prayer go out to you. Love Mike , Barb and Ryan Candelaria

  3. Lori Loucks

    Please share a personal story or memory that you shared with my mother or of my mother. I know that, since she was such an amazing person, we could fill all of the internet with them. This way, we can remember her, not just grieve her. These are the memories that will carry her on with us, and these are the memories that we treasure the most. Thank you all.

  4. the bull

    she will never leave she has just started a different chapter of life yall told me that and i choose to believe that the thing that makes me smile is that when i dropped mason she was the one that told me she was watching and i did nothing wrong there was nothing i could have done and then she gave me a hug i still dont pick up little ones but it made me feel a little better

  5. Suzie Hilbert

    Lori and Family, Please know that you have my heartfelt condolences during this time. I met Miss Angie when she came for Andrea’s graduation. She was a lovely, graceful lady and I am honored to have met her.

  6. Phyllis Vialpando

    Auntie you are one of gods angels that he allowed us all to to enjoy here on earth and now you seat next to him. We will miss you dearly and you will always be in our prayers. Please say hello to everyone for me. We will meet again and we love you! XXOO Phyllis & Steve

  7. TJ

    Ben, Lori, and Marie and rest of the family I am sorry to hear that you lost your wife, mother, grand-mother and friend. I remember the first time I meet her and it was in Okinawa when chris graduated from high school. We all sit in the house and talked for hours and had a great time. I also remember the first time I seen her at home in Colorado went for a visit there and there is pictures everywhere. That was the most pictures I have ever seen in one room little own a house. Talk about someone loving her family. We all went up the “hill” and of course I spent all my money in the one armed bandit but o no it was going from my fingers into the machine and into Angie’s hands. She keeled winning and winning. It was so funny watching her. There is many memories of her I have. It has been a horner to have meet her and her touching my life in such a great way. She will be missed. Thank you so much .

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